More than 5,000 Singapore students aged 5 to six signed up for vaccinations

A representative from the Early Childhood Development Agency advised Singapore media The Straits Times that more than 5,000 children from age 5 to 6 have been registered for their Covid-19 vaccines yesterday.
The report adopted the announcement by Singapore’s Education Minister Chan Chun Sing that about eighty,000 students or greater than one-third of the Primary 1 to 6 cohorts had acquired their first dosage of the vaccine citing that SMS invitations for preschoolers will be given out in stages based on their National Appointment System registrations.
According to Official of Education, more than six out of ten college students have registered to obtain the Covid-19 vaccines while the invites have been sent out to around 3,900 kids aged six to eleven in special training faculties which had already began yesterday with mobile vaccination groups from the Health Promotion Board delivering doses.
According to the Ministry of Education, the apply would be gradually pushed out to all 20 Sped schools with eligible students..

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